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of trooper wesley brown. williams shot brown outside an appleby's in 2010. the judge called the murder a vengeful act. and sentenced him to life without parole, plus 20 years. trooper brown was working security part-time at the restaurant when he was thrown out for being disruptive. >> trooper brown's family said today is a great day for her family. and that she's happy justice has been served. >> there is a new name on the fbi's 10 most wanted list. adam mayes is accused of murdering a mother and daughter two years ago and kidnapping two daughters. mark strausman reports. an intense multistate manhunt is under way. >> we believe adam mayes could be anywhere in the united states and we are extremely concerned for the safety of the girls. >> reporter: the fbi will continue its intensive search for adam mayes, one of the most wanted in america. he is expected of killing joanne baines and her 14-year- old daughter adrian in their home last month. and kidnapping 12-year-old alexandria,a and 8-year-old kayleah. mayes mother says he believed he was their father. >> my daughter said he lives,
. leslie brown started at the academy in 1945. he ran track and cross country. in his honor, they recently constructed the wesley brown field house. brown graduated in 1949, and went on to have a 20-year career in the navy. he was 85 years old. >>> with summer heating up, swimming safety is on the minds of men parents -- many parents. >> reporter: the cp sc is pushing for more free swimming programs in minority communities. and that is because research shows, african american children between the ages of 5 and 14, are three times more likely to drown than white children. the cpsc says learning basic water skills can save lives. experts say a child can learn basic swim as young as 4 months old. >> in harlem, the free swimming program started there 20 years ago. >>> during the off season, some portions of the 2.5-mile long boardwalk were reconstructed with new wood. it's just the first phase of renovations at the summer hot spots. along with the boardwalk, it will also feature fire works light shows, every night this summer. >>> summer like heat this spring. mostly sunny. a bit humid out the
brown reports for wjz. after confiscating the guns, the father allowed a gun to get on their plane. >> reporter: on monday, a routine search, turned into a major security scare. while screening a passenger's carry-on bags, tsa alleges found the hard -- agents found the hardware of a 40-caliber gun, a magazine, loaded with two rounds of ammunition. and a firing pin, all concealed within three stuffed animals, including a mickey mouse. >> the stuffed animals were in a carry-on bag. and the carry-on was going through normal screening procedures. >> reporter: the bag belonged to a 4-year-old boy, traveling with his father to detroit. tsa agents confiscated the items but let the man and boy get on the plane. >> the officers were comfortable allowing the father and son to continue on their flight. he indicated that he was unaware that they were there. the public was never in any danger. >> reporter: police believe neither father nor son knew they were carrying the weapon. and that a statement a spokesperson said, they believed this was related to an ongoing domestic dispute. police belie
of protestors marched outside while nato leaders made plans to end the war in afghanistan. karen brown reports for wjz with more on the nato summit in downtown chicago. >> reporter: president obama is reaffirming the promise he made to afghan president karzai, at the last nato summit. wrapping up their chicago meeting nato leaders pledged to end the combat mission in afghanistan, by the end of 2014. nato troops will remain in the country in a support role. >> as afghans stand up they will not stand alone. >> reporter: the u.s. and nato are still working to negotiate with pakistan, to reopen key supply routes closed after a u.s. air strike. they appear to have made some progress in chicago. >> i express some optimism as regards possibility to see reopening of the transit routes in the very near future >> as leaders discuss how to wind down the unpopular war protestors once again took to the streets. police tended to outnumber the protestors as they followed them through the downtown streets this time. they sat down in front of the re-election offices for president obama, it all began with a pla
brown reports for wjz, the woman is now facing child endangerment charges. >> innocent. i'm innocent. >> reporter: patricia censle, darkly tanned and defending herself against child endangerment charges. >> look at my daughter's picture. red hair. >> reporter: prosecutors say she brought her 6-year-old daughter anna into a tanning salon with her and allowed her to get into a tanning bed. she says it is all a misunderstanding. >> i'm a great mother. i would die right now for her. >> reporter: anna told the school nurlsz she got the-- nurse, she got the sun burn while tanning with mommy. >> yes, she's 6 years old. yes, she goes tanning with me, but not in the booth. >> reporter: she said she has never allowed her fair-skinned daughter in a tanning bed. she explains she got the sun burn while playing outside. >> did you get a sun burn? >> yeah. >> reporter: censle says she is a good mother. and she wants the world to know it. >> you seem very emotional. >> i'm emotional. >> are you worried about losing your daughter? >> not at all. she's home. they're not taking her away. she's home. >>
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